MARC ANTHONY AND HENRY CÁRDENAS ANNOUNCE “CHANGING LIVES, BUILDING DREAMS” SECOND ANNUAL GALA OF MAESTRO CARES IN NEW YORK CITY
News 29 Jan 15 0
CHICAGO, January 29, 2015– The Maestro Cares Foundation has announced its Second Annual “Changing Lives, Building Dreams” Gala, set to take place on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at the Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. At the black tie dinner, hosted by the Bravo networks’ “Million Dollar Listing” star Luis Ortiz, co-founders Marc Anthony and Henry Cárdenas will honor three individuals that have made significant contributions to the well-being of children and are actively involved with other charitable causes worldwide.
News 26 Jan 15 0
Live the dream of every salsa fan when you meet Marc Anthony at one of his upcoming concerts in New York and New Jersey. In this once-in-a-lifetime experience, you and a guest will receive two premium tickets to one of Marc’s performances. There you’ll watch from incredible seats in the first three rows as Marc puts on the concert of the year, playing from his dozens of chart-topping hits. You’ll also get to meet the man himself and come face-to-face with the unrivaled talent and charm that made Marc the international sensation he is today. From the best seats in the house to a seat right next to Marc Anthony himself, this is sure to be an evening you’ll never forget.
News 25 Dec 14 0
By: Denise Warner
“Rude” sounds a bit different in Spanish.
Magic! performed their Hot 100 hit at the Latin Grammys, and were joined by winner Marc Anthony — who sang part of the song in Spanish.
Magic! lead singer Nasri and Anthony parlayed the song back and forth, and even harmonized at points.
CMN ANNOUNCES MARC ANTHONY’S CONCERTS IN ATLANTIC CITY, NEWARK AND LONG ISLAND WITH SPECIAL GUEST TITO “EL BAMBINO”
News 17 Nov 14 0
CMN ANNOUNCES MARC ANTHONY’S
CONCERTS IN ATLANTIC CITY, NEWARK AND LONG ISLAND
WITH SPECIAL GUEST TITO “EL BAMBINO”
TICKETS FOR THE LAST 3 SHOWS ON “CAMBIO DE PIEL U.S. TOUR” GO ON SALE NOVEMBER 21, 2014 AT 10AM EST
News 01 Nov 14 0
After nearly three decades as an international pop icon, with everyone from Bruno Mars to Pitbull seeking his advice along the way, Marc Athony shares his secrets to career longevity, repeated success, and silencing the haters.
By Dean Stattmann
Photographs by Peter Yang